It is just past half-time in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
It would have been great if the dates of the Commonwealth Games (CWG) in Australia and the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) season wouldn't have clashed.
How much is the right price for owning cricket in India? This week’s e-auction for India cricket media rights throws in some pointers.
The sports sponsorship juggernaut is picking up great momentum. And it has managed to breach the $1-billion mark in 2017. First, check out the numbers.
The appraisals have been done, increments announced. Huge ones. Here are the winners: Rohit Sharma, Shikar Dhawan, M S Dhoni, FoKS (Friends of Kohli&Shastri). Loser: Test cricket.
The writing has been on the wall for some time. But everyone has been adopting an ostrich-like mentality, not because they want to, but because they do not know what else to do.
It is Virat all the way. Good, bad, and ugly. Let us start with the good. The Indian skipper has swept the annual ICC awards, being named as both the cricketer and captain of the year.
Waning fortunes, rising demand and frantic calculations for sale and purchase. IPL players auction is as much about the monies as about the game.
In a country where sports is still in its infancy, with miles to run before reaching a decent industry size, most developments during a calendar year can be termed as ‘defining’, or ‘critical’ or ‘
When Rajasthan Royals, the underdogs, won the inaugural edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008 against all odds, one of the co-owners was overheard jokingly quipping to his business par